Thursday, January 26, 2012

Samuel Adams Alpine Spring

I ordered a glass of Samuel Adams Alpine Spring while out to dinner at Brewhouse Grille in Camp Hill, PA. The beer pours a cloudy golden color with a bubbly white head. The aroma consists of lemon, bread, grass, and tea. The taste is light and refreshing with lots of lemon flavor and a caramel malt background. There is bready mouth feel to the beer with grass and a hint of black pepper on the finish. The alcohol content is 5.8% ABV. The Alpine Spring was a rather good beer, a Helles Lager, and was much more enjoyable than the previous year's spring seasonal, Noble Pils. I can see myself ordering this one again, where I did not want order the Noble Pils again.

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